From Herb Zurkowsky:
During the Labour Day workout at Stade Hébert, Cato lost his cool with receiver Duron Carter while the offence was on the sideline and Carter was seated on a bench. While the two never came close to fisticuffs, both offensive co-ordinator Anthony Calvillo and Kevin Glenn — the man Cato will replace at quarterback Friday at British Columbia — did their best to calm him down.
Cato then walked towards the north-side end zone for several minutes while practice continued. When offensive drills were run, rookie Vernon Adams practiced with the starters. Cato eventually made his way back, initially escorted by special teams co-ordinator Kavis Reed. Glenn consoled him, again, before offensive-tackle Jeff Perrett put his arms around him.
“This isn’t just about (Carter). It’s about this organization, going out and having pride, playing for the next man, for the bird on the side of the helmet,? Cato said. “He’s going to act how he acts. When it gets like that, I’m not going to hush my mouth. I’m going to let it be known. Today, I didn’t hush my mouth.?
“There’s a lot of pressure on him, getting thrown into this situation. He doesn’t know who’s against him or with him,? Carter claimed. “He’s always heated. That’s the energy he plays with. He’s ready for his opportunity. I’m always going to rock with him. I’m going to catch a touchdown for him on Friday.?
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